Becoming an Advocate in 2018

In “Becoming an Advocate,” Cherona Hicklin, a Missouri NEA member who is associate professor of teacher education and student NEA sponsor at Missouri Southern State University, asks us to consider that being involved in our communities “is an educator’s duty.” More…

LILY IN THE NEWS
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LILY IN THE NEWS
RABBLE ROUSERS
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RABBLE ROUSERS
SOMETHING IMPORTANT HAPPENS HERE
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SOMETHING IMPORTANT HAPPENS HERE
Paul Booth

Rest in power, Paul Booth

Paul was a tireless leader and organizer for social justice. He was a quiet giant who worked behind the scenes, who touched the lives of so many. More…

Introducing NEA Today’s School Me

What do you wish you’d known on your first day as an educator? School Me has blog posts, podcasts, and even DIY videos from a diverse group of educators who are here to help. 

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Speech pathologist with child

What’s Your Union Story?

Early in my career, I advocated to reduce class sizes after teaching a class of 39 students. That’s my union “Aha” moment; what’s yours? I would love to hear your stories of how union activism has made a difference in your professional lives, schools, communities, and states. More…